Promised Land*, Candyman, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Friend Of The Devil, It's All Over Now, Don't Ease Me In, Looks Like Rain-> Deal Feel Like A Stranger, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Estimated Prophet-> He's Gone-> The Other One-> Drums-> Stella Blue-> Around & Around, E: Shakedown Street
SBD>Rm>Dat>Sonic Solutions>CD>EAC>SHN (Feel Like A Stranger through I Know You Rider)
SBD>Rm>Cass>Dat>CD>Cool Edit Pro>CD>EAC>SHN (Estimated Prophet through Around & Around)
AUD>Cm>Dat>CD>EAC>SHN (Shakedown Street)
All Editing and Conversions done by Charlie Miller
December 23, 2007 Subject:
what a show
psyched I found this. Was in first row CENTER with a scalped tix. AMAZING. When they started paying each others instruments I almost thought I had taken too much.
July 19, 2005 Subject:
Starts going with FOTD | Last Capitol Theatre Show for GD
And picks up a good had of steam from there... Great FLS>China>Rider>Est>He's Gone all the way through to a great Other One.. The space comes first and melts right into a cool trancey drums back into space>stella which is unexpected and welcome.... I remember this show tickets were impossible to get for anything there because it was so small....
May 2, 2005 Subject:
they actually sound better that way. Weir's alll over that Hammond like Rosie O'Donnell on Grand Slam breakfast
November 16, 2004 Subject:
A Good One
The first Promised Land is a disaster; I wouldve done anything to see this. A good first set with nothing really jumping out. Second Set smokes, however. Feel Like A Stranger end jam is funky with Jerry turning off then turning on the wah sweet. Nice China>Rider. Grate Estimated Jerry reaches some nice heights in his solo, but the jam at the end is amazing; Brent and Jerry are on fire and the band is just so smooth. An excellent He's Gone, very tight. Into a trippy Other One that they rip into. The back half is nice too. And a Shakedown Encore is always sweet. A good 1980 show. The band is tight and Brent still has those tinkly keyboards that I love. Excellent sound on this too. 4 for performance 5 for sound.
August 22, 2004 Subject:
April fool's show
This show is a little piece of history. Bob Weir opens on keyboards, Brent Mydland and Jerry Garcia on drums, Bill Kreutzmann on bass, Mickey Hart on Rythm Guitar, and Phil Lesh on Lead guitar. Check it out
August 15, 2004 Subject:
Up until 1980 I was only I bystander to Jerry after this show I started living....The show as a whole is good but the quality is what sends it over the top...Many thanks
July 28, 2004 Subject:
This show starts out with everybody on somebody else's instrument. Good fun stuff.
This show is terrific throughout and the sound quality is pretty damn good too, even the Cassette hit past Strager isn't too much of a setback.
There's not a lot in the setlist to write home about.